Scholarships Expiring January 2018
Haven’t gotten around to applying for scholarships yet? That’s alright for a number of reasons — the general idea of scholarships doesn’t have a deadline. You can start applying for them just about whenever you feel like it, however, we do recommend starting sooner rather than later. You’ll find new scholarships to apply for every single month of the year, and, for every single one of those 12 months, you can count on us here at Cappex to keep you up-to-date on all of the latest and greatest ways to save money on college tuition!
Abbvie Immunology Scholarship
Description: Living with an inflammatory disease is difficult to begin with, and Abbvie wants to take some extra stress off of your shoulders with their scholarship specifically designed to help you. Whether you’re trying to earn an undergraduate or graduate degree or a vocational trade, you can apply for this scholarship!
Robert L. Harbison Family Scholarship
Due Date: 1/12/18
Description: Are you a high school senior at Greencastle High School? Then you’re a prime candidate for this scholarship!
Fillmore High School Alumni Association Scholarship
Description: If you’re a South Putnam High School graduating senior, this scholarship is right up your alley. Apply to earn this $500 towards your college tuition!
Young Filmmakers Contest
Deadline: 1/14/18, by Midnight
Description: Films submitted to earn the max $1000 prize must be between 3 and 8 minutes long. Film topic options include: water, waste, food, transportation, energy, or open space and ecosystem! Check the website for other perks of winning this scholarship.
Ron Brown Scholar Program
Description: African-American high school seniors who excel academically are encouraged to apply for this scholarship. This program is seeking students who will make significant contributions to society, so bring your A game!
The Magi Foundation Film Festival
Description: PSAs need a revamp, and The Magi Foundation Film Festival wants to see you do it! Create a public service announcement centered around the idea of “Finding Common Ground.” The film should be between three and eight minutes!
Dell Scholars Program
Description: Are you ready for college? Has this been your dream? Then the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation would love to award you $20,000 towards your tuition! See if you qualify, and check out all of the juicy details, on the website!
Telios Law Sojourner Scholarship
Description: This scholarship has some specific requirements, so read them carefully. You must have spent three or more years as a third-culture missionary kid and be enrolled full-time as a freshman or sophomore student at a school that boasts an emphasis on spiritual formation in the Christian faith.
Description: The Alexander Hamilton Friends Association wants to help tuition costs with a $500 scholarship towards an individual with a commitment to education, strong community service history, and a need for financial assistance. Check the website for further details!
The Diversity Advancement Scholarship
Description: If you’re enrolled in an NAAB-accredited architecture school and are a minority student, you’ll want to take a close look into this scholarship. Not only does it offer a hefty amount for a single scholarship, it can also be renewed for up to five years!
iCanvas Art Scholarship Sweepstakes
Description: Submit a photo of your visual art to earn this scholarship. Eligible applicants are under the age of 25 and are enrolled (or are planning to enroll) in an accredited institution!
Norma A. Cull Memorial Scholarship
Description: This scholarship awards up to $2,000 dollars just for being a student at Madison Consolidated High School looking to further their education in journalism! If you qualify, go apply right now!
Marcia S. Morrill Scholarship
Description: If you’re a graduating senior at Southwestern High School, Shawe Memorial High School, or Madison Consolidated High School, you can apply for this scholarship to help with your college tuition!